Where to take your dad on father’s day out in London


Father’s day isn’t something everyone celebrates. But none the less, we feel it’s a great way to make your dad feel a little special, perhaps by buying him a gift or taking him out of the evening – or the whole day. In this post, we’ll explore some of the notable attractions worth enjoying on the 19th June in London. There are innumerable ways to spoil your dad on this day. Start with a trip to the Kew Gardens, or visit the animals at the ZSL London or Wetland Center. Or simply grab a football or Frisbee and head to one of the many parks or gardens in the city.


Wherever you decide to book your accommodation in London, we invite you to consider the Park Grand Paddington Court Hotel London. With the London hotels deals special offers, you can enjoy classic contemporary luxury in the heart of the city, for less than you might expect. It’s also the perfect way to make your dad feel thankful. Just let him know in advance that you would like to visit London for a weekend break in London.

If you want to have an adventure together, head for the heights at the Up at the O2 or the view from the Shard. The prior is a lot more adventurous because you have to climb the dome with a harness. While the view from the shard is a more relaxed experience but has the advantage of giving you one of the grandest views in the city.

Some great stores to visit for gifts include Self ridges, Liberty, or one of Carnaby’s cool boutiques. The point is: you’ll need to decide what will make a memorable day for your father, and not yourself. While we are advising you on great attractions to visit, if you know your dad isn’t going to enjoy them, then what’s the point? The better you know your father, the more likely you’ll be able to plan a great day out for him in the city. After all, London has it all – from relaxing nature spots to adventurous experiences, to fine wining and dining.

The importance is to make it a day worth remembering. Get him a spa, or get him a traditional barber’s haircut, or watch a theatre show in unison. If your dad is a more refined man, then take him down a river Thames cruise along with the rest of your family.  We hope we’ve given you some ideas on how to make your father’s day unique.